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What is an I-526E Petition?

The I-526E Immigrant Petition by Regional Center Investor is the first step in the EB-5 process. It is filed after an EB-5 investor funds their investment. The petition is adjudicated by the USCIS (the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) to determine that the investment is likely to meet all EB-5 requirements, which include the at-risk investment and the projected creation of 10 full-time jobs.

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